#1
e|-0
b|-0
g|-6
d|-6
a|-4
E|

e|-0
b|-0
g|-4
d|-4
a|-2
E|

What are these chord names? And how can I figure out a name for these chords if I moved the powerchord to a different fret?
#3
First off, if its a power cord those open strings shoudlnt be there. And to answer your question the name of the chord is allways the name of the root note.
#4
I know. The open strings sound good on an acoustic. I just mean that it has a powerchord formation. If the name is of the root note then where does the 5 come from?
#5
just remember those are movable chords, like A is
-x
-2
-2
-2
-0
-x

so A# (Bb) will be

-x
-3
-3
-3
-1
-x

so forth up the fretboard
#6
First one is a C#m7... Interval 1, b3, 5, b7; C, E, G#, B
Second is a Bsus4... Interval 1, 4, 5; B, E, F#
My Gear:

Agile AL-2000 (Tiger-Eye)
Ibanez Acoustic/Electric

Peavey Rage 158
Ibanez TS-7 Tubescreamer [Keeley Modded]
#7
i find notes on the fretboard with my tuner pedal lol. ! and sometimes it works when you play a chord, it displays the note being played.
#8
Quote by CaveatLector
First one is a C#m7... Interval 1, b3, 5, b7; C, E, G#, B
Second is a Bsus4... Interval 1, 4, 5; B, E, F#
What?? Whats an interval? lol